Do you keep your business and personal finances separate? Well you should! And here are a few ways to separate your finances and grow your business.
I can't think of anyone who gets into business and hopes that they never make any more money than they did on day one. Even if money isn't a great motivator for you, you still want your personal wealth to grow over time. As you know, as your income and your wealth grows so too does the amount of money you’re expected to pay in taxes, depending upon which tax bracket you fall into.
You’re a mom. You’re a boss. You’re the Mom Boss. With the rise of direct sales businesses like LulaRoe and Herbalife, as well as an increase in female-owned businesses, there are more and more moms taking the first steps on their entrepreneurial journey. They are attempting to balance family, health, and business at a whole new level. Being a Mom Boss is hard and often under-appreciated. For most moms, the increase in your business does not mean you get to drop any of your at-home duties. So now that your kids are back in school, back to reality, and back to all of their extracurricular, it's important to learn a few new tips to make the transition more manageable...